Racing vs Codriver - What's the difference?

racing | codriver |


As nouns the difference between racing and codriver

is that racing is the sport of competing in races while codriver is the navigator in the sport of rally racing, who sits in the front passenger seat and gives directions to the driver.

As a verb racing

is .

racing

English

(wikipedia racing)

Noun

  • The sport of competing in races.
  • * 1870 , Delabere Pritchett Blaine, An encyclopaedia of rural sports (page 231)
  • Chariot racings are probably, however, those in which the horse first distinguished himself as a courser, and we believe our earliest notices on the subject point to those of Persia, which were practised at the sacrifices made to the sun

    Derived terms

    * auto racing * car racing * automobile racing * motor racing * horse racing * drag racing * street racing

    Verb

    (head)
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    codriver

    English

    Noun

    (Co-driver) (en noun)
  • The navigator in the sport of rally racing, who sits in the front passenger seat and gives directions to the driver.
  • *{{quote-news, year=2007, date=February 11, author=Don Sherman, title=Medical Regimen Keeps Racers Fresh, work=New York Times citation
  • , passage=According to Roberto Moreno, one of Mr. Haywood’s codrivers at Daytona and a veteran of 41 Formula One and 122 Indy car races, “No team takes better care of its drivers than Brumos.” }}